Samsung T959 with 4-inch AMOLED Display Headed to T-Mobile? Is it the Galaxy S?
Another Samsung handset was outed thanks to some digging around the Bluetooth SIG website. Someone over at Unwired View happened upon a previously unmentioned T959 handset bearing some interesting specifications. As it appears, we might be looking at a Samsung Galaxy S headed for T-Mobile. The carrier has a history of using Samsung handsets with ‘T’ model numbers.
The T959 shows as being an Android phone with TouchWiz 3.0 UI, a 4-inch AMOLED touch screen, WiFi, and Bluetooth 3.0. Some of you will be quick to point out the fact that the Galaxy S has a SUPER AMOLED screen and this doesn’t match. This could be a typo as Unwired View notices the design description refers to a T-939, which is the Behold II.
This news is bound to please many of our readers who thought that the smart phone might have been AT&T-bound. Assuming this isn’t the Galaxy S, it’s still nice to see something with these specs headed to T-Mobile.
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